Data may one day be the lifeblood of the modern cities of the future. Right now, data is being captured by over 500 million cameras worldwide, and that number is growing exponentially. This is creating so much data, that’s impossible for humans to analyze. Nvidia is addressing this need with its Metropolis platform, which has just been adopted by Verizon.
The robots are coming, thanks to help from Nvidia. The company announced the expansion of its Isaac platform to build robotics applications, a move that will accelerate the development and deployment of autonomous robotics across a broad range of industries.
NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang took the stage this morning to deliver an important keynote kicking off NVIDIA’s annual GTC Technology Conference in Silicon Valley. Among the highlights was his announcement of an update to NVIDIA DRIVE, the AI platform for autonomous driving, which now includes a autonomous driving simulator to support autonomous driving development.